Thursday, November 06, 2008
Thinking about Java Web Hosting
Web space and bandwidth are cheap nowadays. Some sites offer unlimited storage and bandwidth for just $4.95 per month. With an extra $5, you can enable Java/JSP/Servlet support.
Finding a site supports Java/JSP/Servlet is not a simple task. Cheap plan means you have to share JVM with many other sites. Or for a higher price, you can have a private JVM, but the memory is allocated to your JVM is very limited. The best choice is actually a Virtual Private Server (VPS) or Virtual Dedicated Server.
VPS is a method of partitioning a physical server computer into multiple servers such that it appears as a dedicated server. That way you can have full control of your server and can install or run any programs. Web hosting sites offer VPS as low as $29. For those want flexibility and power of control, VPS is a good choice.
Web hosting companies usually have policy of Money Back Guarantee within certain period of time. You can always cancel the plan within this period and have the money back. If you do choose a plan, make sure to read the policy.
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